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TEN PAGES , - DAILY KAST UKKUUINIAIN. rKIN ULCi 1 UIN. imctjin-'i- niuft,-ii, iwniiinm j, i.m. . , . s LUIIimillllllllllllllililllllllilllllllllllllllli: I S Before deciding on your XmaR 1! tokens cull lit the Wheolur V 23 atudlu'aa he nialcca the tine ex- elusive thing, "your photo- s: graph," and you will be ur- S priced to know he hua not rain- ' g ed Kla price ua other price H have soared, an he chnrKf fur 2 h la work, "not material." ,5 C. S. WHKI'XKK. Vlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli- ACIDS IK STOMACH SOUR THE FOOD AND CAUSE INDIGESTION I'AI'K-B DIAl'RI'SIV' l lVIX KOl'U, OASSV, I'PHI'Jr STOMACHS IN 1'IVK MIM'TFM. ! You don't know what upwt your Momach which portion of the food did the damage do you ? . Well. Well, don't hothcr. if your Momach la In a revolt; If nick, guiwy and up net, and what you Junt ate has fer mented and turned aour; head diezy and achea; belch K.'iHeH and ucldn and eructate undltrentcrt food; breath fnyl, tongue coated Junt lake a llttif F'ape's IMapepHln to neutralize acid ity and In five nilnuteH you wonder what became of the Indigestion anil dlatrena. Millions of men and women today know that It Is neeilloKH to have dys pepsia A little niapepstn occasion ally keeps the stomach sweetened, and they eat their favorite foods with out fear. If your stomach doesn't luke enre of your liberal limit without rebellion. If your food Is a damuifu Instead of a help, remember the quickest, surest, most harmless antacid Is Pape's Dla pepsln, which costs only fifty cents for a large case at drug stores. It's truly wonderful It slops food sour ing and sets things straight, so gent ly and easily that It Is really aston ahlng. Your stomach will digest your meals If you keep uclds neutralized KOJIWKUIAXS ASSA1I( tiKKMAXS Ihxlare North Si-a Murders Would Mako ltarliaiiaiis IUukIi. CHKISTAIAMA, Oct. 3T. The Sea man's association of Norway has ad opted a resolution against the Herman "massacre of defenseless Norweg ian seamen" in the recent North sea attack which says: "The civilized world is horrified in plte of the submarine war horrors. Here waa no question uf a war incas-" tire, but of murder of such a degree as would have brought a blush to the cheeks of barbarians or the middle agea." At the news that human beings are taking to eating alfalfn the long suf fering cow volunteers a melancholy moo. ' GI ft brtnirfnt elopy shln that doe iv)IYui off or dual off tliut Mtincalt to the iron tlmt lat lour 1 Black Silk Stove Polish In clnKft by itrir. It' mure ettrfitttlf made nnd imule from better materials. Try I n Prlnp or your m-ic. ir you trn " vr aica, yo-ir yi-owry dilr in fund you momr. ANSCO rT,HE Ansco Vest- Pocget Speedex catches swiflly movinu figures without a blur. I c getf into action quickly when every second coiyus. You can change the focus, the rpeed and opening of the shutter instantly and accurately while viewing the image in thehnder. Let us show you this camera. Other Anscos $2 to TJOLMAN & CO. Leading DrugfliU M-.1I. B sit j t 1 mm. 1 I PM4C1 to UMAPINE NEWLYWEOS ARE GIVEN CHARIVARI Fit 1 i:mh ani NiaoniMits or i AIJI. AND MltS. JIM JOHNSON UIVK T1IICM KLltl'llISK. Auction Halo at Kelly Hunch Well At U'lidctt; Ulg lllrlluluy Dliuu-r Given for Phil II. Murphy! officers of Cliuiitauqiia Ahhii. Klct-teU. (Kast Oregonlan Special.) I'MAPINK, Nov. 1. Friends and neighbors of Jim Johnson, a well known rancher living at Hudson Buy surprised him with a charivari Hun day evening when It became known to them that he was married to Mrs. M. Hailey, also well known in thla vi cinity. The evening waa a merry one and refreshments were served at its close. Mrs. F. E. Labadiu waa hostess on Wednesday all day to the Presbyter ian Ladles Aid when despite the dust storm raging Ihe ladies met for work completing articles for the bazaar which with the annual dinner takes place next month. Those present were as follows, Mesdames Kelly, Hlmonds, Wright, Martin, Jones, Well man. Dan and James Kirk, Jack Clarke, Phillppl, 1'hllllps, Bean, Uoorman, Torrey of Walla Walla, La badlo and Pearl Brewer. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Thompaon and Mrs. Stephen Lowell of Pendleton were guests Wednesday with Mr. Thomp son's cousin JameB Kirk. Lano Hoon left Monday afternoon for (Irnnd Hay, Oregon, where he will ship to this place cattle for winter feeding on his ranch. Clifford, a Umaplno boy, has been promoted from a private to chief sig nal man of his regiment located In Virginia. Lieut. Lee Lewis is still at Kbit Leavenworth, Kansas and will receive his first lieutenancy soon. Mrs. Koy Saunders la visiting In western Canada this week and dur- i'lng her absence Mr. Saunders is hav- jlng erected on his ranch a fine barn iwilh. a concrete foundation. I Mrs. Dee Piper of Baker is visiting 'her father It. K. Brady. While In the I valley they will purchase a monument 'tor'tho late Mrs. H. K. Brady. I O. S. Beeves left Thursday evening :for Portland where he will enlist In 'the t. 8. army. ! Mrs. John Davidson has returned !"home from a visit with her daughter j In Kagle Valley. H. H. Bacon moved Saturday on the 'j. D. Kelly ranch which ho has rent ed for one year. Mr. Kelly and fam ily left on that day for their old home ! In Walla Walla. r Mrs. Jack Clarke who has been vls ; iting her mother .Mrs. It. H. Wcllman I returned to her Walla Walla home ! the la.st of the week, j H. J. Torkelaon has rented his ranch an,l will hold a sale of live stock at his ranch on November 7th. Mr. and : Mrs. Torkelson and daughter will ; move to Walla Walla. Auction Kale Is Nuecciw. i l.ast Thursday the sale of stock and farm Implements on the John D.Kel i ly ranch w-as well attended despite a ' terrific dust storm which raged, l'ri 1 ces received on dairy cows were par ticularly good, two grade cows brinfi : imr ll'.u-u piece, while the entire herd .averaged s9.r.ll a cow. Top prices i were received on everything. Fred i Klffi i t was the auctioneer while D. C. ; Sanderson acted as clerk. Mr. Kelly ! was well pleased with results Two : .ure bred Hampshire gilts weighing about LTD .pounds brought nn aver hk price of M2.0, while piss just 'weuned, brought $11 each. (ililiilllliipia Officers K.lottcd. The fallowing were elected officers of the Vmapine Chautauqua which will be held here Nov. 6. 7 and 8. Kd r.ar Hood, chairman: It. E. Bean, secretary-treasurer; advertising com mittee. I). J. Kltk. M. O. Beauchamp, .lames Kirk. Kyle McDunlel and J. E. Jones; arrangements committee, I.anc Hoon. C. K. Simonds and Phil Mur phy: W. F. (Sentry, manager reserved seats 1111,1 J. Paul Caldwell, ticket manager. It was decided to start the Chautatiiiua meetings at L':ir p. m. I and S o'clock p. m. The ticket man ager Is busy distributing tickets to the various members and It Is expecteed sufficient numbers will be sold before the Chautauqua to cover the guar antee required. The usual Hudson Bay spirit Is being manifested In the success of the venture and with ex cellent Hut of citizens who are back ing the entertainment there will be no question but that It will be a big success. Itig Hlitlidny INiincr. Children, grandchildren and great grand children on Sunday took pos session of the home of Phil H. Mur phy a prominent citizen of the I'ma pine neighborhood when he celebrat ed his 7.1rd birthday and treated him to a big annlversay dinner. A most delightful day was spent and dinner plates were laid for 4.1 person's. The families participating In the happy event were those of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. Will Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. Fred llodgen. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bonbander. Mr. and Mrs. Vera Hustings. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Beauchamp. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Krum hak. I Most of the people who shriek in alarm lest they lose freedom of speecn wish to use It to traduce this good country of ours. Heal Skin Diseases It is unnecessary for you to suffer with ' czema, blotches, ringworm, rashes ana iimilar fckin troubles. A little wmo ' obtained any drug store for 3oc 01 (1 00 for extra large bottle, and promptly 1 ipplied will usually give instant relte) from itching torture. It cleanses am toothes the skin and heals quickly anc i sffectively most skin diseases. Zemo is a wonderful, penetrating, d.s lppearing liquid and is soothing to tn aiort delicate skin. It is f gW, J -asily applied and costs little. Oct ft odav and save all further distress. M : LOCALS & Advertising in Brief BATK8. 1'er line first , Insertion a 10c I'er bus, sililUlonul Insertion r,c l'er line, per moulti n)1.UO No loc-Hls tRken for less tkan Hue Count U ordluury words to line. Local will not be takea over the telephone except from Kast Oregon lun psld-up souMcrlbers. ! Wanted C.ood, clean rags, at The I East Oregonlan office. 1 lurnished Apart. Hamilton Court.1 10-18tf I haul your garbage and trash. Phone fi53M. 1403 W. Railroad street. I For sale Ford Bug. Enquire at O. j K. Barber Shop. 10-22M i Oood empty oak barrels for sale. Inquire this office. 9-6-tf Furniture for sale House for rent. 609 Llllcth. 11-3 Furnished rooms and board. Phone 483. 10-22 For rent Suite light housekeeping rooms, furnished. 250K. 10-2tf Two sleeping rooms. 408 W. court 10-24K Housekeeping rooms, 501 Clay 10-30tf Blyder.steln'a Poultry Mash. Best egg preducer, leed v et or dry. Phone 361. 10-20tf For sale Five room house. Address W. P. Relman. City. 11-28 For sale 1100-lb horse. Thirty dol lars. Inquire 305 College. 11-2" Hot tamales and fresh oysters serv ed at all hours. French restaurant. 10-24U Buy or rent your sewing machines, at 220 B. Court. 11-30 ! For sale Set of nice furs. 715 Lll ! Icth street. 11- I For sale New and . second hand Sewing Machines. Singer, White, New Home and . The Free Machine. McCUntock &"simpson. 400 E. Court. Call Penland Bros, van to move your household goods. Telephone 239. Also baggage transferring and ' heavy hauling. ! For rent Sewing machines of all (makes. 1.00 per week, 3.00 per ' month. McCUntock & Simpson, 401) j H. Court. 1 Sandwiches, coffee and soft drlnka isi the Office Cigar Store. 711 Main j street. 6-22tf j Fluff rugs from all carpets. M. A. 1 Rlgby. local agent for W. Fluff Rug Co., of Portland. Phone 649. 3-11 j For sale Modern l-roora House and grraxe tin Pendleton). Address Scott Butler, 111 W. Indiana Ave., 1 Spokane. 9-16tf ! Wanted Woman to work by hour !or take washing home. Call 17. 10-23tt 1 For rent Two large sized front I furnished housekeeping rooms. 70! E. Court. 10-30 Wanted Scrap iron, brass and 'aluminum. Highest prices guaran teed, lljewett Harvester Co. I Do you know that Estes & Frledly "Sell, rent or Insure Anything?" 614 ! Main street. Phone 640 ' Wanted Salesman and collector. A liberal contract. Apply 220 East Court. - 10-JOtf I Rolled barley, oats. corn. hay. Car loads or leVs. Blydenstcin Co. Phpne ,351. 10-aitf ' We make up your combings into I switches or puffs at Pendleton Hair dressing Parlors. tf I Wanted Olrl for general house work. Phone 6. 10-lltf I Booming house for sale. Mal.i i street. In center of business district. i Doing good business. Inquire of Pen- land Bros, For sale Thoroughbred Shropshire I buck. Inquire J. R. Toner, Pendle ton. Ore. 10-17t! I For sale so acres. 45 under ditch, suitable fur alfalfa. Will sell I cheap. Inquire of W. li Burnap, j Touchet. Wash. 1 1-30 I For rent Three room furnished 1 apartment. 129 Lewis street, rhone 246J. 10-3(Hf I For sale On North side, new. thor- oughly modern bungalow. . Reason able terms. Phone 627. 10-3ntf ! Used cars for sale at bargains. Chev : rolct touring. Ford touring and Chcv I relet roadster. X. P. McLean, Main ind Water streets. For sale Modern house, well Im- roved lot. Hot water heating sys tem. Good location lor Dusincss man. I Phone 366 W. 11-5 I For sale nt a bargain, a good eight , room house and four lots. Five j blocks from Main street. Good netgn- borhood. good view. Phone 172W. H. M. Elder. 11-4 1 Wanted Young man for . office j work. Must he stenographer, refer-! ! en ces required. Address X. Y. Z.. 1 jcare this office, In own handwriting j 10-12H j For sale New 191S model K. 49 Bulck. 7 passenger. Will sell reason-, able account going to war. Applv I Geo. l.a Fontaine. Pendleton, Ore. j j 10-31tf! j Wffnted Woman for llglft house j I work In family of two. Some one j ; who will stay with baby three or four nights a week.. Call 320 Water street. : ' 10-24tfi Hay for Sale in tlio Payette Valley, Idaho. 800 tons of first class alfalfa hay for sale on the Payette river at in per ton In the stack, two good feed vards and water privileges. L. H. Patton, Payette, Idaho. I- Schirflcr Home for Sale. One of the swell est residences on the north Fide. 7 rooms, swell Itera tion, lot 75x100. Hot water heat, modorn eaet front. See owner, 411 Madison street. Iaiiec at Gcrnuin Hall. Saturday evening. Nov. 3rd. Y"-' are cordially invited and augured a good time, good floor, good manage ment and Rood music, Pendleton or cht'Htru. 1 l-fi I . , , I (A 47 IMPORTED am DOMESTIC tobaccos Blended M . wSiA "Satisfy?" Yes! Yet they're Mild r'MMf, Sure as you're a foot higlu WyniBf-- A Sounds 4range,becaue you never $J M&l P' iffM: before smoked a nn'W cigarette i itfe-at did f Aaf. . ' Yes,Chesterfields"reachhome," m ing-ihcy "Satisfy" ! I Still, they're Mi!J! ' (T ( JuMI A new fceiJ of pure, natural Imported and Domestic tobaccos that's the answer. And the blend can't be copied. V Make Chesterfields your next Xotiif. All fnlon Barber Shops will open at 7:30 and close 6:30. beginning No vember 1st. Local Union 754. 10-23tf Ranch for Sale. 320 acres. 3 miles from county seat. 210 acres In cultivation, ino acres In fall wheat. 35 seres fall plowed. Ad dress, Box 373, Enterprise. Ore. Sale Hay. lOrt tons 1st class alfalfa In stack. Good feed ground and running water. Earl Queener, Lowden Wash. R. F. I). 11-S NAVY FORCE TO MAN TRANSPORTS OF ARMY Supersedes Civilian Officers and Men to Insure Safety in War Zone. WASHINGTON, Oct. 31. BluojacK ets will man and naval officers will command army transports hereafter. Officials believe this will insure more efficient operation of the ships, par ticularly in the war Kone, and so les Isen the risk of destruction by subtnn ; mines. This decision, announced today, i . believed to have been hastened bv the sinking of the Antilles, manned by civilians. It was pointed out that the discipline naval forces are far more effective than a constantly I changing civilian personnel, particu- Unrly in the fireroom. A lnro Increase In the na :il per- i 'sonnel will be neoessary, and Con gress will be asked to authorize an additional men. ,1't.ooil for the permanent forces and .".o.ooo for the war perio.l. It was decided also to have the ehlppinu 1'oard operate all cargo ves sels, imiudintf those carrying sup plies for the armed forces abroad. The navy has been training men es peciallx for the transport service ami a lare force is ilndcisiooi to be avuailabie no'.. The transports now building will be much faster than the s:emdard carso vessels and are planned for a sliced of at least eighteen knots. This will furnish one protection against sub marines, but still another will be sup plied In the ships themselves. The will be coiistrnctetd to resist one tor pedo, and it is believed that two prob ably would not sink them. t l.l! OnHS i Sl-'CTIOX li;lix; ,MlUK(l t nit Trim-ferret! from IVam-c liiuls OmdiiionH More lUrriritU Tlian In Flanders. S .M V V HKIIK IN At. HA N I A t ct. SI. Twenty -six California!!- ho form one of the ambulance sec tions nf t!il American Field Service are the latest arrivals in Al'mnia. AH of them have driven in France and experienced the intensive warfare that rocs on there, and who find the work, here much harder thouh just as in teresting. The shock In a condition of mo-it of the roads is as largely responsible as any other factor tor making the work more difficult. The country is moun tainous and breakdowns are the reg ular order of the day. As fre tueiUly as not wheels come oif or break and the a mini lanes ha e t he left on mountain n adsiden until assistance can reach, theni. Many ,.f the "posis" are perched on hillsides, often in plain sight of the Austrians. and their trenches fre quently are in view. The Austrians can see the ambulances as they climb up and down. Hut warfare In this section is not only gentlemanly." so that t he Americans are r.e er fired on? but the transport of munition? up the hilis im so difficult that it is never wasted on inii!',' objects and is saved tVr definite siail"nary ob jects. Air raws :i re fre i;ent and excit ing but the natives seem to Set the worst of them. That is principally because the Austrians seem to choose just that time for i aid in that the French are .-er Austrian territov and none of the a:ators ever seem to get hurt. The Americans had great ditiicilty at the besinninu with the food, water r.nd climate, but are used to them row. In bet w eeu t heir dut ies they find time to study the native popula tion which in general Is ragxed and poverty-stricken- Many of them speak Knghsh. since they hae been In the I'niied States as contract laborers, It will b. ,t o st ro m gre.it h-trd-hio to the e nb Mil w it h cabaret. SHIP !trit.llXt MOIIK Til AX 7.5M).00 TUNS YKARLY WASHINGTON, Nov. I. Chairman man Hurley, of the t'nited States shipping board, announce! the coun tr 's yards wer producing ships at the rate of seven million and a half tons annually, exceeding the allies re quests for Hix million tons. Hurley asked all steel plants to operate on a three shift basis. THE "BLOOD AND IRON" POLICY It important ill ptai-e 1" war. Kvt'ty Mian "1 woman wlio vouM lx- winiu'r ami nt a alm ktr sliotiM have tlii- utrenjftli of iron i" tht liU"l. Tln now iron toni.-. IVliroii, ci'inliine.- this valual.l.r im'tul in Iiif.li. iiuil form so tliit it i- riwily tljiriii.-il mid reailily .iinilHtel. 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